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Coming up on News 7-
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In the seconds it takes to run a red light, law enforcement could have a permanent record of your infraction. The latest on cameras at local intersections. Plus, a local student has designs on Roanoke's development. Why you may see his drawings brought to life. And, a fossil turns conventional wisdom about dinosaurs on its head.
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News 7 is next.

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An electronic eye could be watching over Roanoke's intersections... and sending tickets home to red-light runners.

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[General-Assembly]


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Whether cameras should be used to ticket drivers in Roanoke has been debated before.
[SS=VA Legislature]

And as Richmond Bureau Chief Jennifer Wishon reports, the subject's guaranteed more attention in the General Assembly THIS year.
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[IN Q=]
[SUPER=03-Richmond; :00]
[SUPER=@Edwards; :11]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/File Tape; :31]
[SUPER=@Fralin; :55]
[SUPER=@Jennifer1; 1:30]
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[OUT Q=JW, News 7 Richmond]

((((NATS OF CARS PASSING)) Running red lights can be a dangerous practice. That's why Senator John Edwards wants to use cameras to catch impatient motorists.
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[SOT 21:16:19]
[IN Q=There would be a]

((SEN. JOHN EDWARDS: THERE WOULD BE A PICTURE TAKEN OF THE BACK OF THE CAR TO IDENTIFY THE CAR AND YOU WOULD GET A TICKET IN THE MAIL.)) [RUNS07]
[OUT Q=a ticket in the mail]

If someone else was borrowing your car at the time you could write a letter or appear in court to explain the situation. Edwards' re- introduced his bill into the Senate Transportation Committee Thursday where it passed and is now head to the Senate floor. Roanoke City Council has requested the cameras- technology Edwards believes will make the Star City a safer place.
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[SOT 21:17:44]
[IN Q=The public wants to make]

((SEN. JOHN EDWARDS/(D) ROANOKE: THE PUBLIC WANTS TO MAKE SURE THE HIGHWAYS AND THE STREETS AND THE INTERSECTIONS ARE SAFE. THERE ARE A LOT OF ACCIDENTS THAT HAPPEN AT INTERSECTIONS AS WE KNOW AND THIS IS ONE WAY TO CUT DOWN ON THE ACCIDENTS AT INTERSECTIONS.)) [RUNS12]
[OUT Q=on the accidents at intersections]

But not everyone's convinced. Delegate William Fralin agrees running red lights is a significant safety problem, but doesn't think cameras are the appropriate solution.
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[SOT 21:24:38]
[IN Q=I think there's some things]

((WILLIAM FRALIN: I THINK THERE'S SOME THINGS WE CAN DO IN TERMS OF LIGHT TIMING, MAKING SURE THE YELLOW IS A SUFFICIENT LENGTH SO PEOPLE HAVE TIME TO STOP.)) [RUNS07]
[OUT Q=people have time to stop]

Fralin wonders if governments can send you a bill for a crime they can't prove YOU actually committed- what's next?
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[SOT 21:25:04]
[IN Q=We have Onstar systems]

((WILLIAM FRALIN: WE HAVE ONSTAR SYSTEMS ON VEHICLES NOW. ARE WE GOING TO SAY OKAY WELL WE'RE GOING TO MONITOR YOUR SPEED AND IF YOU GO 66 MILES PER HOUR WE'RE GOING TO SEND YOU A TICKET AUTOMATICALLY. TECHNOLOGY IS GETTING TO THE POINT WHERE WE CAN DO THINGS LIKE THAT AND THE QUESTION IS SHOULD WE DO THINGS LIKE THAT.)) [RUNS16]
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[SOT 21:32:30]
[IN Q=Even if you're not a Roanoker]

((JENNIFER WISHON/JWISHON@WDBJ7.COM: EVEN IF YOU'RE NOT A ROANOKER YOU TOO COULD SOON BE SAYING CHEESE AT STOP LIGHTS.
ANOTHER BILL ALSO PASSED THROUGH COMMITTEE THURSDAY THAT WOULD EXPAND RED- LIGHT MONITORING ACROSS THE COMMONWEALTH. JENNIFER WISHON, NEWS 7, RICHMOND.)) [RUNS15]
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[Warner]


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Governor Warner says he is disappointed with a report that raises questions about the need for a new university in Southside Virginia. Today, he told community leaders he remains committed to the concept.
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[SUPER=03-Henry Co.]

On the day after he delivered his State of the Commonwealth Address, the governor held a community meeting at Patrick Henry Community College. He said the report from the State Council on Higher Education will not be the last word on the new university.
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[SOT 21:24 ]
[IN Q=Don't lose heart]

((DON'T LOSE HEART. THIS IS A PROCESS THIS IS A BATTLE AND THE BATTLE IS GOING TO BE WON. BECAUSE WE HAVE TO MAKE SURE THAT WE HAVE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES HIGHER EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES ALL ACROSS VIRGINIA.))
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[OUT Q=opportunities all across Virginia.]
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Warner said he will press lawmakers for an appropriation to keep the project moving.
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The Roanoke Health Department hopes state funding will finally allow it to move to a new location.
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[SUPER=03-Roanoke]


Health officials say the current building is outdated and falling apart, not to mention there are several health concerns including mold and asbestos.
They've been waiting to get a new facility for years.
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[SOT6:52:43, tape 1]
[IN Q=For staff they really feel victimized]

((DR. MOLLY O'DELL/DISTRICT HEALTH DIRECTOR; FOR STAFF THEY REALLY FEEL VICTIMIZED WHEN THE ROOF FALLS IN. THEY UNDERSTAND AND APPRECIATE THE EFFORT BUT I KNOW IT'S FRUSTRATING FOR THEM))
[SUPER=01-Dr. Molly O'Dell/District Health Director]
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[OUT Q=frustrating for them]
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Health officials hope to move to this location on Williamson Road --where social services is now housed.
The city has already agreed to pay its share --Now it's up to the state to finalize the deal.
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[SOT15:18:39, tape #2]
[IN Q=The state has yet to put]

((BEV FITZPATRICK/ROANOKE VICE MAYOR; THE STATE HAS YET TO PUT UP THERE 50 PERCENT. IT'S BEEN ON THEIR PRIORITY LIST BUT SO FAR THEY'RE NOT WILLING TO FUND IT))
[SUPER=01-Bev Fitzpatrick/Roanoke Vice Mayor]
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[OUT Q=not willing to fund it.]
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Local lawmakers will try again this general assembly session. They've put in an amendment to the governors budget.
The state would have to agree to a 188-thousand dollar commitment for two years.
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[Radford-Fire]


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Firefighters say a Radford University student barely made it out of a house fire this morning.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Radford;]

The home on Lawrence Road caught fire around 5:30 . When firefighers arrived the house was fully ablaze. It took about 15 minutes to put the flames out. The student lived in the basement.
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[SOT: 3:07:19:00 :30]
[IN Q=He was very fornuante. ]

((LEE SIMPKINS: HE WAS VERY FORTUANTE TO GET OUT A LIVE IN MY OPINION. HE NEVER ACTUALLY GOT OUT OF THE HOUSE TILL AFTER THE FIRE TRUCKS ARRIVED ON THE SITE. HE HAS QUITE A BIT OF SMOKE INHALATION. ))
[SUPER=01-Lee Simpkins/Radford Fire Chief;]
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[OUT Q=SMOKE INHALATION.]
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[VO-NAT]

He's since been treated at the hospital and released. Investigators say the fire started in the living room and was most likely accidental. The University and First Baptist Church of Radford are looking for clothes and furniture to help the student.
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[C2C]


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The competition to design an environmentally friendly house in Roanoke is over with the winners announced tonight. [***NEWS 7 @ 11 IN MONITOR***]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Jeremy/BAM]

Jeremy Butterfield was at the Art Museum of Western Virginia where the winning designs were on display. Jeremy, it sounds like the competition was intense. It was, Shannon.
[LIVE=Jeremy Full/BAM]
[SUPER=@jeremy1;]

And after days of sorting through hundreds entries, the five person jury of well known architects chose two winners tonight in the Cradle to Cradle Housing Design.
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[SUPER=01-Randall Stout/Juror; :19]
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[SUPER=01-Gregg Lewis/Organizer; :58]
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[OUT Q=some of these homes.]

(( Mithun(Mith-thoon), an architectural group out of Seattle Washington, took first in the Professional Category and two students from Virginia Tech, Sean Wheeler and Jason Zawitkowski, placed first in the student category. Both groups shared some environmentally and neighborhood friendly design cues.
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[SOT 16:07:52]
[IN Q=I was glad to see]

((RANDALL STOUT:I WAS GLAD TO SEE SO MUCH ATTENTION TO SIDING BUILDINGS PROPERLY. NATURAL VENTILATION, SUN ORIENTATION, INTEGRATION WITH LANDSCAPE, AND REALLY PLACING BUILDINGS ON LOTS IN A WAY THAT WORKS WELL WITH NEIGHBORHOODS.)) [RUNS:15] [OUT Qwell with neighborhoods.] The C-2-C competition challenged architects to design a house that incorporated environmentally friendly ideas, such as solar energy, while blending in with a downtown Roanoke neighborhood. Organizer, Gregg Lewis, received more than 600 entries from 41 countries and expects the C-2-C competition to bring international recognition to Roanoke.
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[SOT 16:13:58]
[IN Q=I think just having]

((GREGG LEWIS:I THINK JUST HAVING AN OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE THIS GROUP OF JURORS DELIBERATE OVER THESE WONDERFUL DESIGNS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY, IT'S A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR ROANOKE.)) [RUNS:09]
[OUT Q=oppurtunity for Roanoke.]

The design phase of the competition may now be over but that doesn't mean the teams of designers are done.
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[SOT 16:14:19]
[IN Q=If it were just a]

((GREGG LEWIS:IF IT WERE JUST A DESIGN COMPETITION I COULD PROBABLY TAKE A BREATH AND ENJOY THE FACT THAT WE HAVE WINNERS BUT THIS IS A DESIGN BUILD COMPETITION AND OUR GOAL ULTIMATELY IS TO CONSTRUCT SOME OF THESE HOMES.)) [RUNS:12]
[OUT Q=some of these homes.]))
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Organizers of the competition are planning to meet as soon as possible with both of the design teams and local contractors.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Jeremy/BAM]

Shannon they'll try to figure out how much of what you see on paper will end up on the streets of Roanoke.

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A neighborhood swimming hole may dry up.
More on the tough decision facing a Botetourt County community.
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[VO-NAT]


And they've spent a week evacuated from their homes... now people who live near the site of a deadly train accident are returning.
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[Sports-Preview]


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(( Hey folks Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office as the unbeaten Radford high school girls continue to roll.

The Radford University women continue their hot play with another victory tonight. Plus, Dale Jarrett finishes up the first week testing on top, and Darryl Blackstock is headed to the NFL - on the Big


7.)) [Train-Accident]


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Residents of a small South Carolina town are slowly being allowed to return to their homes, one week after a train wreck and chemical spill.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Graniteville, SC]

A Norfolk and Southern freight train collided with a parked train last week. The collision caused a chlorine leak that killed nine people and injured more than 200. It also forced thousand of residents to evacuate their homes. According to authorities, there was no contamination in the area where people are returning home today.
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((I DIDN'T REALLY THINK THERE WAS ANYTHING IN HERE BUT FOR PIECE OF MIND I HAD IT TESTED.)) [NO SUPER]
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Many residents say they're just happy to be home. Meanwhile, Graniteville businesses are also trying to get back on their feet while assessing the damage.
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[Mudslides]


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Residents of a tiny California town may have to move after a mudslide Monday that killed ten people. As Manuel Gallegus reports, the community's in ruins and the rescue operation is now in recovery mode.
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((IT WAS THE WORD THAT EVERYONE EXPECTED AFTER THREE DAYS OF DIGGING THE SEARCH AND RESCUE OPERATION IN LA CONCHITA IS OVER.
SOT: Bob Brooks, Ventura County Sheriff.

"survivability at this point does not exist at a very high level. THE EFFORT TO SAVE LIVES WAS TREMENDOUS INVOLVING FIREFIGHTERS FROM ALL OVER SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EVEN PRISON INMATES WERE BROUGHT IN TO HELP DIG AND SEARCH. IN A SOMBER CEREMONY ON THE MUDDY HILLSIDE THE CREWS MEMORIALIZED THOSE WHO LOST THEIR LIVES. THE TERRIFYING LANDSLIDE KILLED TEN PEOPLE AND WOUNDED MORE THAN A DOZEN OTHERS BUT IT IS JIMMY WALLET WHO HAS COME TO SYMBOLIZE THE GRIEF HERE HAVING LOST HIS WIFE AND THREE YOUNG DAUGHTERS.
POSS SOT: NO FONT NEEDED...(set up in track)

they went with nature...we always said we would go with nature...(pause) I hated it that I got left behind. STAND-UP-MANUEL GALLEGUS, LA CONCHITA THIS HUGE MOUND OF MUD AND DEBRIS WILL LIKELY JUST STAY HERE AND RESIDENTS ARE BEING OFFICIALLY WARNED BY THE COUNTY THAT THIS WILL ALWAYS BE A HIGH RISK PLACE TO LIVE.
nat sot helicopter...

WITH NO POWER, OR WATER, AND MANY OF THE HOMES DAMAGED THOSE IN THIS TIGHT KNIT OCEANFRONT COMMUNITY MAY FINALLY HAVE TO GIVE UP WHAT WAS A BEAUTIFUL PLACE TO LIVE. MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS LA CONCHITA.))

[Tsunami-Disease]


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The United Nations estimates the number of people displaced by the Christmas weekend tsunami at more than half a million.
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[SUPER=03-Lampaoo, Indonesia;]

The UN's relief coordinator today updated south asian relief efforts saying his team was now dealing with a second wave of destruction and death because of sickness and disease. Jan Egeland cited the first cases of measles from Banda Aceh and other regions. On the bright side, he said not all the missing are necessarily lost.
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[IN Q=Many of the unaccounted for...]

((JAN EGELAND, UN EMERGENCY RELIEF COORDINATOR: MANY OF THE UNACCOUNTED FOR... NOT EVEN CLOSE TO BEING OVER.))
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[OUT Q=not even close to being over.]
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The list of tsunami deaths in the eleven countries affected now exceeds 157-thousand.

[Rainbow-Forest]


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An order from a state agency may prove to be a "drain" on one Botetourt community.
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[SUPER=03-Botetourt Co.]

Members of Rainbow Forest Recreation Association have been ordered to empty their community lake because the dam isn't up to code. The group had a conditional certificate to operate, but has to repair a number of problems like- taking care of the trees and grass near the dam, cleaning up debris and fixing an emergency spillway that doesn't meet minimum standards. The treasurer of the Rainbow Forest Recreational Association tells News7 the group has hired an engineer to figure out how much repairs will cost the neighborhood.
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Still ahead on News Seven, why a cuddly Valentine's Gift isn't so cute to mental health advocates.
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Plus dinosaurs didn't do all the eating ages ago. Experts say this fossil proves the big guys were dinner too.
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[Teddy-Bear]


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A Valentines Day gift is no laughing matter for one group.
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[SUPER=03-Shelburne, VT]


The Vermont Teddy Bear Company promises your Valentine will "go nuts" for the Crazy for You bear.
The stuffed animal comes complete with restraints and a form saying the bear is "committed" to its recipient.
The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill calls the bears an insensitive gimmick and wants them pulled from the shelves.
The Vermont Teddy Bear Company says the gift will stay.
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[ND-Cold]


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If you're looking for cold weather, look no further than North Dakota.
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[SUPER=03-Fargo, ND;]

The temperature in Fargo today was 11-degrees below zero. With the wind-chill it felt like 31-degrees below zero.
It's even more frigid in Northern Minnesota.

Some areas could see temperatures drop to 30 below, with wind chills as low as 50 below. The Arctic weather is expected to stick around for a few days.
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[S-Extra]


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It's ladies night on the hardwood as we check in with the Radford University women and the Radford high girls. Plus, Jarrett leads the way at Daytona testing, and Dukes stays unbeaten. But first your Extra Point -
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[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/2004 Season; :00]


Linebacker Darryl Blackstock is joining tight end Heath Miller and leaving UVa early for the pros. Blackstock recorded 45 tackles this past season for UVA, including 11 sacks.
The 6-4, 240 pounder was a second team all- ACC selection.
Blackstock said he reached the decision after carefully considering the future of his 17- month- old son.
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We begin tonight inside the Dedmon Dome in Radford where the Lady Highlanders hosted Buena Vista Southern Virginia University.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Radford/Knights vs. Highlanders; :00]

This one was all about the local freshman at the start as former Parry McCluer star Chelsea Lund got the start for the Knights, while former Northside star Corrie Fertitta continued her hot play for the Lady Highs. The reigning Big South freshman of the week will get it started with the drive off the left side and the pull up jumper. Corrie finished the night with 12 points. Fertitta also would crash the boards and pick up 6 big rebounds. This one leads to a putback and the Highlanders are in control. Lund also did an admirable job. Watch her make a strong move to the hoop on the right block and show some nice touch for the Knights. She had a game high 9 rebounds.
[super=33-Southern Virginia/34/Radford/75;]

But Radford was just too talented. Serena White gets two of her 10 points and RU rolls to the 75-to-34 win over Southern Virginia.
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[S-Bobcats]


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In high school action tonight - one of the area's remaining unbeatens put another victory in win column as the Radford Bobcats improved to 14-and-0.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Radford/Glenvar vs. Radford; :00]

Take a look at the unselfish play from the Bobcats as Meg Kanna-Berani dishes to Ashley Hayes who dumps it down low to Nikki Sydnor for the sweet layin. But the Lady Bobcats best offense comes off of their diamond press. When you dribble into a trap, you normally lose and this time Hayes is the winner as she scores. Again, pick up your dribble on the baseline and you're also dead against this team. Whitney King with the touch pass to Jill Weston for another layin. Kanna Barani, the Bobcat point guard would then clear the left side and hustle to the hoop.
[SUPER=33-Glenvar/30/Radford/73;]

Radford beats Glenvar by 43 - 73-to-30 and in the process improves to 14-and-0.
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In the ACC tonight, the Duke Blue Devils stayed unbeaten, while NC State lost its fourth straight.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Raleigh, NC/ESPN; :00]

It looked like it would be just the opposite of this one tonight as the Wolfpack led Duke 28-to-18 midway through the first half. But Shelden Williams led Duke back scoring 18 of his 22 points in the second half as the Blue Devils scored on
[super=33-Duke/86/N.C. State/74;]

nine straight possessions. NC State loses it cool and the game tonight falling 86 to 74.
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The first round of preseason testing at the World Center of Speed wrapped up today, although the morning session was all wet.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Daytona Beach, FL; :00]

Rain last night in the Daytona area and another shower this morning completely wiped out early practice. The drivers did get on the track a little this afternoon for their first drafting practice of the week.
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[OUT Q=...THINK IT'S GOING WELL."]
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[vo nat con't] Dale Jarrett had the fastest test time of the three day period as he topped all 26 drivers in attendance with a circuit at 186 point 455 miles an hour.
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The preseason thunder continues this weekend and the Truck Series drivers take over the track.

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Major league baseball is finally coming out of the stone age and agreeing to steroid test its athletes. Today, with the credibility and popularity of the game fading fast, testing finally emerged.
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[IN Q=BITE]
[SUPER=01-Bud Selig/MLB Commissioner; :00]
[RUNS=:08]
[OUT Q=...enhancing drugs."]
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A first positive test will result in a suspension of ten days, a second positive test 30 days, a third positive a 60-day penalty, and a fourth positive test a one-year ban.

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-187 14949tc]
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The NFL playoffs resume this weekend with four games involving the league's elite eight teams. Your Hometown Station is the where the AFC plays.
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[go to aprisa 12000] On Saturday at 4:30, the Steelers entertain the New York Jets. Pittsburgh beat New York 17-to-6 a month ago. And history is certainly on the Steelers' side - the Jets have never won in Pittsburgh.
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[IN Q=BITE]
[SUPER=01-Ben Roethlisberger/Steelers Rookie Quarterback; :00]
[SUPER=01-Jerome Bettis/Steelers Running Back; :11]
[RUNS=:16]
[OUT Q=...THIS SHOULD BE FUN."]
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[GO TO APRISA 12001] There will be more fun on Sunday afternoon - at 4:30 as the Colts take on the Patriots. Defending Super Bowl Champion New England has beaten Indianapolis five straight times. Too many turnovers in those games have grounded the Colts high scoring offense in Foxboro.
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[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=mst]
[TAPE#=SP-186 4119tc]
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[IN Q=BITE]
[SUPER=01-Peyton Manning/Colts Quarterback; :00]
[RUNS=:13]
[OUT Q=...PROTECT THE BALL."]
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[Dinosaur]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
[NEWSCAST=11pm]
[WRITER=sra]
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After a new finding, scientists have unveiled a dinosaur eating mammal.
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[VO-NAT]

A one hundred thirty million year old fossilized mammal has been found with a tiny fossilized dinosaur in its stomach.
The find has startled scientists, who have long believed mammals were incapable of attacking and eating dinosaurs. Most mammals of the time were the size of today's rats, however the discovery suggests that large mammals competed with dinosaurs for food. (------------)